Anonymous
Hi there, I had an oral with a girl. I had canker sore on my tongue during the oral sex (3 months from now). I was careful a bit, i just lick the girls vagina and did not swallow the saliva or her cum. After that, I had dihoria for 3 days and then stopped.

But, I am continiously having stomach guggling and diahorreah, not really watery but when i go to the toilet, its gas and bubbles. I am also having mild head ache. I asked the girl and she said her health status is ok. She said she was check and she is ok.

I am confused, is this HIV or some other diseases? Please I need some advices.

Thank you
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Anonymous
Hi there and thank you for reaching out to AIDS Vancouver with your questions! We're happy to help.

To start off with, giving oral sex is considered to be a low risk activity, meaning that there have been a few reports of infection attributed to this activity, but only under certain identifiable conditions.

In terms of your symptoms: there are no specific symptoms of HIV. In fact, certain individuals may never develop symptoms, and for those who do, most symptoms will go away after a few days, or at most, a couple of weeks. This is why the only way to diagnose HIV is to get tested. Because HIV symptoms mirror so many other viral infections or can be explained by other things, we do not go by symptoms here at AIDS Vancouver.

If your symptoms are causing you distress, it would be a good idea to speak with a doctor or other medical professional in order to determine their cause.

I hope I have answered your question, and feel to contact us with any further concerns.

Regards,

Sierra, Helpline Volunteer

AIDS Vancouver Helpline/Online

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